We are now accepting proposals for Student Research Presentations!

A cornerstone of the Bridge/Work Conference is the student research presentation part of the day: 3 to 5 students present research papers (new proposals for future papers or workshopped from a related class) and share with the audience. A moderator conversant in the conference topic then facilitates a conversation between the panelists, giving them another opportunity to shine and share their findings.

This year’s topic draws in a variety of majors and disciplines — we would love to see research coming from a wide range of interest, including: meteorology, engineering, political science, theology, environmental science and more. Need inspiration? Click below to download potential questions.

 

In addition to having the chance to present your research in a professional setting, participants will receive a one-on-one consultation on their presentation, have a personal interaction with our keynote speaker and learn how to participate effectively in a cross-discipline dialogue.

If you are interested in presenting, please fill out the form below. If you have more questions about the process, feel free to email us.

 


Check out student research from the 2017 Bridge/Work Conference.

Here are this year’s student presentations:

Emily Owens ’18

David King ’17

Kylie Schreiber ’17

Group Discussion, Moderated by Nura Zaki ’17

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